A BRITISH vacationer died after getting out of the sea at a popular holiday beach.
The 55-year-old man felt unwell after coming out of the water at the beach of Praia dos Alemães in Albufeira, Portugal.
The 55-year-old vacationer died in Praia dos Alemães in Albufeira[/caption]
Emergency companies rushed to the beach shortly after 1.30pm on Thursday following experiences a vacationer had gone into cardiac arrest.
Despite their efforts, the man was pronounced useless at the scene, native media reported.
The National Maritime Authority mentioned in a press release: “Upon arrival at the scene, it was found that the victim, a 55-year-old man of British nationality, was being assisted by lifeguards on duty on the beach, with the support of people who were nearby, until the arrival of Albufeira Volunteer Firefighters and an Emergency and Resuscitation Medical Vehicle (INEM) crew who started resuscitation manoeuvres on the victim.”
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The man’s physique was later transferred to the Legal Medical Office of Portimão by volunteer firefighters.
Last month one other vacationer died as she walked out of the sea in Albufeira.
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